This Swiss bass, called an outstanding oratorio and concert singer, actually began his musical tests by earning a diploma in violin playing in the Conservatory of Neuchâtel in 1963. After vocal trained in Fribourg with Juliette Bise, Huttenlocher won a global singing competition kept in Bratislava in 1972. In 1974, he toured Japan. Using the Outfit Vocal de Lausanne as well as the Choeurs de la Fondation Gulbenkian in Lisbon, he became referred to as a substantial interpreter from the functions of Bach both in concerts (Montreux Celebration, Strasbourg Celebration, the Ansbach Bach Weeks, Flanders Celebration Weeks, Celebration de la Wallonie, as well as the 1978 London Bach Celebration) and in his first recordings. In neuro-scientific opera, he previously his first achievement in 1975 performing the title function in Monteverdi’s Orfeo, accompanied by performances in Geneva in Dido and Aeneas by Purcell and in Les malheurs d’Orphée by Darius Milhaud. Huttenlocher in addition has sung on the Condition Opera of Vienna, Condition Opera of Berlin, the Condition Opera of Hamburg, at La Scala in Milan, with the Edinburgh Celebration.